Welcome to your home learning for Tuesday 21st April 2020!
Here you will find your tasks for the day. If you have any worries or concerns, you know where to find me.
Fact of the day:
A shrimp's heart is in its head.
Joke of the day:
Person 1: Knock-knock.
Person 2: Who's there?
Person 1: Boo.
Person 2: Boo who?
Person 1: Don't cry, it's just me!
Please follow this link to join Joe Wicks in his daily workout.
Listen along to Chaper 2. Draw pictures again if you would like. Think about these questions after you have finished the chaper. Please don’t write down your answers- they will just help you understand what you have read.
1) What was Hogarth doing when he saw the Iron Man?
2) What had happened to the machinery?
3) How did Hogarth’s father manage to get away from the Iron Man?
4) What do you think the Iron Man would have done if Hogarth’s dad had not escaped?
Today we will be recapping our understanding on paragraphs! I know you know when to use them, but sometimes we forget! Have a look at the powerpoint and picture to help before having a go at the actvity. Please choose between the two activities. If you are feeling confident with paragraphs you should go for challenge 2. If you think you need a bit more practise, go for Challenge 1.
Today, your spellings are:
Today, you’re going to practise your spellings by writing a short story using all of your spelling words. It can be as creative or as crazy as you like!
Today we are ordering and comparing decimals. Choose whether you want to have a go at Activity 1,2 or 3 in the attached document. There is an extension if you finish. Remember that if the number is 1.3 that means that there is 1 whole and 3 tenths.
As we have celebrated Easter, our new RE topic is New Life. I have been quite imaginative and linked our topic to Disney’s Nemo! See if you can spot how I have managed to link Nemo and new Life! Follow the powerpoint to find out why. There are 3 challenges. Have a read through each one and decide which one will suit you best.
Please make sure you are reading for 25 minutes. If you can, write down what you think about it in your reading log.